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Weaving

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Stephanie Helvin

on 7 December 2012

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Transcript of Weaving

weaving is a method of fabric
production in which
two distinct sets of yarns or
threads are interlaced at
right angles to form a fabric or cloth. What? There are some indications that weaving
was already known in the Paleolithic era.

Flax was the predominant woven fiber in Egypt at 3,600 BCE When? How? Who do you think, other than
humans weave? Who Else? What else can you weave? Weaving A loom is a device used to weave cloth.
The basic purpose of any loom is to
hold the warp threads under tension
to facilitate the interweaving
of the weft threads.
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